Storm damage rips wall from building in south Alabama

DAPHNE, Ala. ( May 6, 2022) — Early Friday morning, storm damage was discovered across Daphne after storms had swept through the area hours before.

A large segment of the wall on a local contractor’s office was ripped from the building. News 5’s Blake Brown is on the scene and we will update this story as soon as more information comes in.

Along Capital Drive in Daphne two sheds have been blown down the street from the early morning storms.

A home on Harmon Street was damaged in the storm. This home is the only one on the street to have sustained storm damage. The window was broken and the roof was ripped apart.

Storm Hits Mobile, Alabama

Severe weather flattened a Family Dollar in Mobile early Friday morning. It happened at about 3 am on Montgomery Street as a strong line of storms rolled through Mobile County.

The storm crushed the Family Dollar that’s attached to a Greer’s. There appears to be a tree down and storm damage to at least one home.

As I was driving to the scene I did see one large trampoline wrapped around a utility pole. The area still has power for the most part. It’s not clear how widespread the storm damage is at this point or if anyone was hurt. Mobile Police and Mobile Fire Rescue officials are on scene.



Source: WKRG

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